Foo Fighters have announced they are opening a pub in London at the end of this week to celebrate the release of their new album.
Doors to The Foo Fighters Arms will be open from Friday September 15 – to last orders on Wednesday September 20 – in celebration of the release of their ninth album Concrete and Gold, and will hold a series of cool events.
Not only will there be Foo Fighters beers, there will be exclusive merchandise on sale throughout the week.
— Foo Fighters (@foofighters) September 11, 2017
The band made their announcement on Twitter, showing the pub’s logo of two dragon skeletons holding a coat of arms, pretty cool, as you would expect from the Foos.
And the pub, which will be located at 339 Cambridge Heath Road in the capital, will also host a pub quiz on Monday, with exclusive prizes to be won.
People are naturally excited about their little business venture, and responded to the news on Twitter…
If one of the beers isn't called Learn To FlyPA I'm going to be really sad
— James Somers (@JSomers90) September 11, 2017
I AM NOT CALM!!! INVITATION PLEEEEEASE. LOVE YOU XOXOXO
— Shelley Taylor (@shelley86) September 11, 2017
That's the first stop on my London visit next week sorted!
— Jacqui Convery (@jacquiesce) September 11, 2017
Will be crossing pretty much everything to get in to this pub!!!!
— john shirley (@johnnyshirley) September 11, 2017
KEEEEEP CALM ????? !!!!!!!
— Carmen (@Ar1andria) September 11, 2017
Oh sweet baby Jesus!!!!!!
— deb grohl (@davegrohlsbeard) September 11, 2017
The new album, Concrete and Gold, is released this Friday!